With the invention of new medical devices, the field of medicine can do for. Doctors, such as Dr. Saad Saad, can often be the best inventors of devices that are completely revolutionary to the field. In fact, Dr. Saad Saad now holds two patents for medical devices that he believes will do just that. In the article “The Life Saving Medical Inventions of Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon” the author showcases those devices. First, it is worth getting to know the inventor Dr. Saad Saad grew up in Kuwait with his multitude of siblings. He decided at a very young age that he wanted to become a doctor, eventually attending the Cairo University located in Egypt. It is worth noting, all of his siblings went on to obtain advanced degrees as well. After completing his medical degree, he went on to participate in an internship in England and then a residency in the United States. Throughout his medical career, he gained a lot of notoriety and eventually earned the spot as a personal pediatric surgeon for the Saudi Arabian royal family, requiring him to relocate to the country. He served for the family for a number of years and gained a stellar reputation along the way. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saad-saad-524707159/
The devices that he invented were created with the sole purpose of easing up stress at the medical procedures can cause of the patients. The first device, an endoscope, was created with an attachment that allowed doctors to include both irrigation and suction. This allows them to have better visuals for what they are trying to do with the patient. An endoscope is typically used to view the stomach or throat, sometimes it can even view a bladder, so it is important to be able to both irrigate and generate suction. Dr. Saad Saad also created a catheter with a locator on the end of it. Catheters are used to deliver or remove liquid and other items from the body. They also serve a variety of other functions but suffice to say that they are important. Be able to locate them is an important part of the process, Dr. Saad Saad found a way to streamline that.
For more information on these life-saving devices, intrigued readers can locate them under the title “The Life Saving Medical Inventions of Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon” at the Medical Daily Times. The author expresses gratitude to Dr. Saad Saad and his quick thinking for these devices. They have helped many people, as the irrigation/suction/endoscope is currently in use. Dr. Saad Saad hopes to continue the good work he has found in the field of inventing. As he works to create a better standard of care when it comes to these procedures, he is also hoping to leave the medical field better off.